Christian Bloggers Wanted [The DailyPS Team is Expanding]

DailyPS has grown by more than 75% in the last year. We need more Christian bloggers to contribute to help us continue to grow and impact more lives!

Christian Bloggers Wanted [The DailyPS Team is Expanding]

6 Months ago DailyPS began looking for more Christian bloggers to join the team and we had a great response! (Plus other leadership positions, see below.) We’re looking to expand our writing team to 150 Christian bloggers. When this post goes live, DailyPS is at 115 contributors on our Christian blog website. If you’d be interested in joining the team, please continue reading below!

Over the past year, our website traffic has increased drastically! We’re already an established top 100 Christian blog. (Currently sitting at #87!)

Truthfully though, being a growing top-rated Christian blog has never been our priority. We’re ALL about helping people and leading them to Jesus through sharing our personal life journey’s. We want to bring a positive perspective to the world – It’s what we’re all starving for right now. (Learn more about DailyPS here.) The entire DailyPS team gets excited when we reach more people because every Christian blogger on our platform knows we’re reaching and impacting more lives.

If this community of Christian bloggers sounds like something you’d like to be part of, see the ways you can get involved below.

Before I get into how you can get involved, I need to let you know something first. No one has ever made a penny here on DailyPS, not even the founder, Alex Sanfilippo. Alex said the following, “We have always been a volunteer platform. We’re all people who are passionate to help the world around us. We’ve found that when money gets involved, priorities are easier to mix up.” With that said and before you decide you want part of what we’re doing, make sure you’re okay with not getting paid for your time.

Now that we’ve got that out of the way, here’s who we’re looking for and how to get started:

1. Content Editors
We need experienced Christian bloggers who are willing to help us edit blog posts before they go live on the platform.

2. Christian Bloggers
Now we’re on to the primary area for recruiting right now. We’re looking for people who are passionate to share their content on the DailyPS platform.
Use the Submit a Post page in our top navigation or click here.

If you don’t feel like you fit anywhere mentioned above, we have a way for you to help as well

We always need more people to help us by SHARING the blog posts on DailyPS. I encourage you to point a friend to our platform or share it on your social media from time to time. Who knows, you may be the one that leads someone to a blog post that needs it the most.

A note from our founder, Alex Sanfilippo:

“I want to personally thank the 100 people who have helped us grow so much over the past seven years. I speak on behalf of the entire DailyPS leadership team when I say this; we wouldn’t be here without each of our readers. Thank you for your continued support and encouraging comments along the way! It means more than you’ll ever know. I’m looking forward to continuing to grow and changing even more lives over the next seven years. Love you all, Alex Sanfilippo.”

Question from DailyPS Team, the author.

How would you like to help DailyPS continue to reach more people?

Written by DailyPS Team

Ever since the start of DailyPS, our vision and mission have been the same. We simply desire to be a platform for writers to provide posts that bring a change of perspective to the subscribers. As we like to put it: “A Godly perspective to refocus every day.”

27 thoughts on “Christian Bloggers Wanted [The DailyPS Team is Expanding]

  1. Good day, thank you for the gospel movement through blogging. I have been reposting and sharing most of the articles here on my blog. I` will like to volunteer to be part of the “Christian blogging community here.

  2. I am always writing essays from my Bible studies. If you want something like that, I am willing to join. Following is an example from one of my Essays concerning the creation;

    However, although the opening chapters of Genesis were not designed to teach the Hebrew certain physical facts of nature, they did give him the knowledge that he might lawfully study nature. For he learned from them that nature has no power nor vitality of its own; that the sun, sea, cloud, and wind are not separate deities, nor the expression of deities, but they are only “things,” however glorious and admirable; that they are the handiwork of God; and;
    “The works of the Lord are great, Sought out of
    all them that have pleasure therein. His work is honour
    and majesty; And His righteousness endureth for ever.
    He hath made His wonderful works to be remembered.” (Psalm 111:4)
    What, then, is the significance of the detailed account given us of the works affected on the successive days of creation? Why are we told that light was made on the first day, the firmament on the second, dry land on the third, and so on? Probably for two reasons. First, that the rehearsal, as in a catalogue, of the leading classes of natural objects, might give definiteness and precision to the teaching that each and all were creatures, things made by the word of God. The bald statement that the heaven and the earth were made by God might still have left room for the imagination that the powers of nature were co-eternal with God, or were at least subordinate divinities; or that other powers than God had worked up into the present order the materials He had created. The detailed account makes it clear that not only was the universe in general created by God, but that there was no part of it that was not fashioned by Him.
    The next purpose was to set a seal of sanctity upon the Sabbath. In the second chapter of Genesis we read;
    “Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them.
    And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made;
    and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.
    And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had
    rested from all his work which God created and made.” (Genesis 2:1-3)
    In this we get the institution of the week, the first ordinance imposed by God upon man. For in the fourth of the ten commandments (Exodus 20:10-11), which God gave through Moses, it is stated;
    “The seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord thy God: in it
    thou shalt not do any work. . . . For in six days the Lord
    made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and
    rested the seventh day: wherefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath
    day, and hallowed it.”

    And again, when the tabernacle was being built (Exodus 31:16-17), it was commanded;
    “The children of Israel shall keep the Sabbath, to observe the
    Sabbath throughout their generations, for a perpetual
    covenant. It is a sign between Me and the children of Israel
    for ever: for in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, and
    on the seventh day He rested, and was refreshed.”

    God made the sun, moon, and stars, and appointed them “for signs, for seasons, for days, and years.” (Genesis 1:14; Psalm 104:19). The sun marks out the days; the moon by her changes makes the months; the sun and the stars mark out the seasons and the years. These were divisions of time which man would naturally adopt. But there are not an exact number of days in the month, nor an exact number of days or months in the year. Still less does the period of seven days fit precisely into month or season or year; however, there is an even number of weeks in the year, and the week is marked out by no phase of the moon, by no fixed relation between the sun, the moon, or the stars. It is not a division of time that man would naturally adopt for himself; it runs across all the natural divisions of time.
    What are the six days of creative work, and the seventh day, the Sabbath, of creative rest? They are not days of man, they are days of God; and our days of work and rest, our week with its Sabbath, can only be the figure and shadow of that week of God (Colossians 2:17); something by which we may gain some faint apprehension of its realities, not that by which we can measure or comprehend it.
    Our week, therefore, is God’s own direct appointment to us; and His revelation that He fulfilled the work of creation in six acts or stages, dignifies and exalts the toil of the laboring man, with his six days of effort and one of rest, into an emblem of the creative work of God.

    1. That sounds great! It’s not exactly what we’re looking for here, but keep it up – That’s really cool! 🙂

  3. Would love to get my blog more coverage. Have over 300 done with very small following. On WordPress and Facebook. Check it out and let me know if it is something that might fit.

  4. This is beautiful and appealing. I would jump to the occasion, if it weren’t for feeling to be too un-educated in the field. Right now I prefer to read or learn from Christians who do have something to tell.

  5. Greetings,

    What specifically are you looking for? I specialize in apologetics, critical thinking, refuting false teachings, book reviews and the like.

      1. I recently took down my blog for the sake of taking a break, but I did save all my articles in Word. Is it alright if I sent a Word doc of some stuff? Is there an email address I can send them to?

          1. I rebooted my blog under a different name. Here is one of my older posts.

            Will post more if needed.

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